How to Prepare for Jharkhand Judiciary 2024: Expert Tips And Study Plan

Author : Yogricha

Updated On : February 20, 2024

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Overview: After a span of 5 years Jharkhand High Court has announced 138 vacancies. Here is everything you need to know before starting your preparation for Jharkhand Judiciary. The Prelims exam is scheduled on 10th March 2024, Follow the tips given below to start your preparation. 

In this article we will cover: 

  • How to strategize for Prelims 2024
  • How to strategize for Mains 2024
  • How to prepare for Jharkhand Judiciary Prelims and Mains 2024 together?
  • How to strategize for Interview
  • Previous year question paper analysis 

Read alsoJharkhand Judiciary Vacancy 2024 [138 Vacancies] 

The examination will have both MCQ based questions and subjective questions at the two stages of examination. In prelims all the questions asked are Objective based, and in mains the the candidates are supposed to write answers for long-answer-type questions.

Also Read:  Jharkhand Judiciary Exam Pattern 2024 [Prelims & Mains]

How to prepare for Jharkhand Judiciary Prelims 2024?

Jharkhand Judiciary Preliminary examination 2024 is the qualifying stage of the exam. For a comprehensive preparation you must start with reading Bare Acts and highlighting the important sections of the Bare Act. Please note the following points before starting your preparation:

Syllabus of Jharkhand Judiciary Prelims Examination 2024

The Syllabus for the Preliminary Entrance Test shall consist of:

  • General Knowledge (including Current Affairs)
  • The Code of Civil Procedure, 1908.
  • The Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973.
  • The Indian Evidence Act, 1872.
  • The Law of Contract, 1872.
  • The Indian Penal Code, 1860.

Marks: 100 marks

Negative Marking: No

Weightage of subjects:

There is no certain marks distribution between the subjects, however, all questions asked from the mentioned sections in Jharkhand Judiciary 2024 prelims are of 1 mark each. 

Points to Note:

  • General English and General Knowledge (include current affairs) basis past year paper analysis will constitute approximately 20 marks of your paper
  • Start your prelims and mains preparation together.
  • Highlight the important section in your bare act.
  • Start with making notes.
  • Understand the syllabus of the examination while preparing.
  • Analyze the previous year papers to understand the pattern and plan accordingly.
  • Study one minor subject along with one major subject. 

Read Also: How To Prepare GK For Judiciary Exams 2024 - Proven Tips & Tricks

  1.  Civil Procedure Code with Limitation Act 
  2.  Indian Contract Act with Specific Relief Act. 
  3. Indian Evidence Act with Negotiable Instruments Act. 

Books and sources:

It is really important for you to take reference from trusted sources, referring to wrong sources can mislead you and will eventually affect your performance in the exam. Given below are few books for your reference:

  • For Law - Bare acts (diglot edition), previous year question paper book solved by Singhal publications.
  • For GK – lucent, Know Your State MP by Arihant publications monthly.
  • For Computer & English – PYQs for both, lucent. 
  • For language an aspirant can refer to Arihant publications, Hindi language by Delight law publishers
  • websites: www.toprankers.com, www.legalservicessociety.com, www.ipleaders.com

How to make notes for Jharkhand Judiciary 2024 prelims? 

Following tips can be very useful for you while making notes:

  • Make notes initially from the bare act.
  • Make short notes but with all the relevant information.
  • include illustrations and examples for your understanding.
  • write relevant case laws and landmark judgements as well.
  • use tables, charts and points for making notes.
  • Draw interrelation between sections for better clarity, make sure you include that in your notes.

Jharkhand Judiciary Mock Tests

Jharkhand Judiciary Mock Tests

How to prepare for Jharkhand Judiciary Mains 2024?

As mentioned above Jharkhand Judiciary Mains 2024 Preparation should begin with prelims itself. If you wait to clear prelims and post that you start studying for mains, it is going to be difficult for you to manage. Between Mains and Prelims exam you will get approximately 30-45 days unless the dates for mains are postponed.

Here are top tips to start your preparation:

  • Get into the details of all the subjects.
  • Ideally an aspirant must start mains exam preparation along with their preliminary exam preparations. 
  • It is very important to keep a good command over major law subjects. 
  • Minor subjects and local laws must also be studied simultaneously. 
  • When mains exam approaches keep time to revise your subjects.
  • Understand the concepts of all the sections and learn case laws with facts and judgements.
  • Practice answer writing.
  • Solve last 10 years mains papers.  
  • Your answer must have a head (introduction), a body (section essentials, exceptions, explanations, illustrations, case laws) and tail (conclusion). 
  • Write your answers to the point, answer only what is asked in the question. 
  • Don’t write more than required just because you have knowledge of any specific topic. 
  • you notes and bare act are your bible, do not miss revising using them.
  • Keep a track of your progress by regularly taking mock tests.
  • Get your answers check by your faculties and mentors.

Must Read: Detailed Jharkhand Judiciary Mains Exam Preparation 2024

Paper I = Law I, 100 marks, 3 hours 

  • Procedural Law (The Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 and The Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973) 
  • The Indian Penal Code, 1860 
  • The Limitation Act, 1963 
  • The Indian Evidence Act, 1872 

Paper II = Law II, 100 marks, 3 hours 

  • Indian Contract Act, 1872 
  • Sales of Goods Act, 1930 
  • The Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 
  • The Transfer of Property Act, 1882 
  • The Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 

Paper III = Law III, 100 marks, 3 hours 

  • The Hindu Law and The Mohammedan Law 
  • The Specific Relief Act, 1963 
  • Jurisprudence 
  • Rent Control Law 

Paper IV = Language, 100 marks, 3 hours 

  • Hindi Essay 
  • English Essay 
  • Precise Writing 
  • Translation 
  • Paraphrasing 

How to make notes for Jharkhand Judiciary 2024 Mains? 

Your notes that you have made during your preparation of Jharkhand Judiciary 2024 prelims will help you a lot in your preparation. However, if you feel that your notes are not sufficient for your mains preparation, note the following points for your note making:

  • Add case laws to your notes for all important sections.
  • There can be important amendments as well that you must ensure to cover.
  • Highlight the important areas in your bare act and notes and keep revising.
  • Make notes for translation as well, improve your vocabulary by writing Hindi and English words for improving your translation.
  • Making notes in pointers will help you in focusing on the key areas of every section.

Books and sources for Mains 

As specified multiple times above, majorly rely on your notes and bare act, however practising and detailed knowledge is important, for that, you can refer to the books below:

  • PYQs question bank by Manmohan Joshi.
  • For judgement writing refer- An Insight into Judgement Writing by Robinjeet Singh , Arjinder Kaur.

How to prepare for Jharkhand Judiciary Prelims and Mains 2024 together:

To have a comprehensive preparation for Jharkhand Judiciary 2024, it is important to prepare for Prelims and Mains together. Start with analysing previous year papers and understanding what kind of questions are asked in Jharkhand Judiciary examination 2024.

Points to note:

  • Start early with proper strategy and outline: After understanding the syllabus and pattern, start with making an outline. Write down the core subjects and start with one at a time. For example, If you pick IPC, highlight the important sections in you Bare Act and start with making short and crisp notes. In the first month you can start with, The Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 and followed by an easy major subject like The Indian Penal Code, 1860.
  • Keep Bare Acts as your first point of reference: Bare Acts give you the correct knowledge of the law and concepts. Read the index of all the Bare Acts and mark the important sections after referring to the previous year's papers and frequently asked questions.
  • Make a plan for your preparation and stick to it: Making a plan means, having a daily schedule with daily, weekly, and monthly goals. Make achievable targets for yourself, like for a day you can complete directive principles of state policy from the Constitution of India, by making notes from the bare act and including all the important judgments and amendments in it.
  • Attempt a lot of mock tests to track your preparation: When you start with your preparation you must focus on solving 1-2 mocks weekly, however in the last 3-4 months of your preparation, you must solve at least 1 mock everyday and 300-400 questions for prelims everyday in the last 40-45 days of your preparation.
  • Clear your doubts as soon as possible: No doubt is a silly doubt. Do not shy away from asking questions. The more you ask the better clarity you get on the subject.
  • Prepare for Prelims and Mains together: When you have cleared prelims, there will be 30-45 days only for you to prepare for mains, therefore when you are preparing for prelims. Make your notes by keeping in mind your mains revision. While memorising the sections and cases, make sure you understand the concepts too, because the mains examination will test your concepts, more than anything else.
  • Make your own notes for better understanding and memorisationDo not rely entirely on the online resources and reference books for your preparation. This can be a very big mistake. Make your own notes, highlight them according to your understanding, and revise using them.

At the very beginning of your preparation, the more you work on your concepts the better chances you have in scoring better in Prelims and Mains.

Prepare for case laws and important amendments simultaneously. Your notes should include these 5 things for every section/article you study:

  • Section number.
  • Explanation to understand the section, while focusing on important areas.
  • Illustration or example, if any
  • Important case laws
  • Important amendments, if any

For Jharkhand Judiciary examination 2024, all your notes must follow this structure in order to have all the relevant information for your preparation.

However, while making notes keep in mind to make your notes short and crisp, but ensure that you do not leave crucial information behind. Short notes are a very important key for your revision during the final few days of your preparation.

How to prepare for Jharkhand Judiciary Interview 2024? 

Interview is the final and the most important stage of the entire Jharkhand Judiciary 2024 cycle. Therefore scoring maximum marks should be the target of every judiciary aspirant. Having subject knowledge is crucial as they want to test your knowledge. Here is what the interviewer will test while taking your interview:

  • your communication skills.
  • Your confidence.
  • Your presentation skills.
  • Your knowledge of law.
  • How aware you are of your surrounding
  • Your knowledge of State G.K. and Legal Updates.
  • Your answering skills.
  • Your character and your background

How you should present yourself in the interview?

  • Be calm, listen to the question first and then answer.
  • Do not lie about knowing an answer, the interviewer will know that you are lying. Tell them that you do not know the answer. Honesty is the key
  • Keep yourself composed and be very respectful while you talk.
  • Do not rush to answer a question.
  • Chose the language you are comfortable in, Hindi or English. If you do not feel confident in a language then do not answer using that.Sit erect and give proper respect.
  • Ask very calmly if you are unable to understand  question.
  • Be truthful about your personal life.

Here are few tips to focus on to prepare for Interview (apart from the subject knowledge):

  • Enter the interview room after taking due permission.
  • Sit when you are asked to sit.
  • Make yourself comfortable, breathe properly before to begin to speak.
  • Listen to the questions and answer them politely.
  • Do not shake you leg or move your hands unnecessarily.
  • Sit erect, do not slouch.
  • Do not fold you hands or keep them behind. Gently place your hand on your thighs and you can move your hands only wen needed.
  • Dress properly and comfortably.

How to dress for  an Interview?

Dressing aptly is crucial therefore follow the following tips to chose the right dress for yourself:

Men: Wear a solid suit (optional), light coloured shirt and dark coloured (dark blue, dark green, black, dark grey, etc.) pant. You can pair it with a simple tie that goes well with the shirt and suit.

Women: A plain saree (cotton, plain, non printed). or a simple salwar suit. Blouse/Kurta neckline must be appropriate try not wearing fancy/heavy/glittery/shine/silk sarees or suits.

Previous year question paper analysis for Jharkhand Judiciary 2024 preparation

After going through all the PYPs, here are some important key takeaways:

  • Study general knowledge along with Law. 
  • Read Jharkhand Gk topic wise
  • General knowledge is the deciding factor in qualifying preliminary exam, therefore don’t take it lightly. 
  • Study Minor subjects and local laws together for preliminary exams.
  • For translation don’t buy any expensive language books, just try to read from bilingual Bare Acts. 
  • All the subjects have pretty much the same weightage over the years therefore you cannot leave anything aside.

Conclusion:

The dates for the examination can be announced anytime soon, as the vacancies have already been announced. Therefore start your preparation ASAP.

Here is a small round-up of the blog for your reference.

  • Start early by keeping all the important acts and sections in mind.
  • make your own notes and revise using them.
  • prepare for prelims and mains together.
  • practice as much as you can and always keep a track of your progress.
  • reach out to your faculties and mentors whenever you are stuck somewhere.

ALL THE BEST!

PREPARE FOR JHARKHAND JUDICIARY NOW

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can a student apply for a law course after completing the 12th examination from any stream?

What is the upper and lower limit of age when it comes to Jharkhand Judiciary Examinations?

Is coaching necessary for Jharkhand Judiciary Service Examination?

Which is the more superior position – Judge or IAS?

Which newspaper is best for Jharkhand Judiciary Service Examination?

What are the books that you can study for Jharkhand Judiciary Service Examination?

What is the application fee for the Jharkhand Judiciary Service Examination?

What type of questions are asked in Jharkhand Judiciary Exam?

How many stages are included in the selection process for Jharkhand Judicial Services Exam?

Is there are cut off marks for Jharkhand Judiciary Civil Judge Exam?

How to Prepare for Jharkhand Judiciary 2024: Expert Tips And Study Plan

Author : Yogricha

February 20, 2024

SHARE

Overview: After a span of 5 years Jharkhand High Court has announced 138 vacancies. Here is everything you need to know before starting your preparation for Jharkhand Judiciary. The Prelims exam is scheduled on 10th March 2024, Follow the tips given below to start your preparation. 

In this article we will cover: 

  • How to strategize for Prelims 2024
  • How to strategize for Mains 2024
  • How to prepare for Jharkhand Judiciary Prelims and Mains 2024 together?
  • How to strategize for Interview
  • Previous year question paper analysis 

Read alsoJharkhand Judiciary Vacancy 2024 [138 Vacancies] 

The examination will have both MCQ based questions and subjective questions at the two stages of examination. In prelims all the questions asked are Objective based, and in mains the the candidates are supposed to write answers for long-answer-type questions.

Also Read:  Jharkhand Judiciary Exam Pattern 2024 [Prelims & Mains]

How to prepare for Jharkhand Judiciary Prelims 2024?

Jharkhand Judiciary Preliminary examination 2024 is the qualifying stage of the exam. For a comprehensive preparation you must start with reading Bare Acts and highlighting the important sections of the Bare Act. Please note the following points before starting your preparation:

Syllabus of Jharkhand Judiciary Prelims Examination 2024

The Syllabus for the Preliminary Entrance Test shall consist of:

  • General Knowledge (including Current Affairs)
  • The Code of Civil Procedure, 1908.
  • The Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973.
  • The Indian Evidence Act, 1872.
  • The Law of Contract, 1872.
  • The Indian Penal Code, 1860.

Marks: 100 marks

Negative Marking: No

Weightage of subjects:

There is no certain marks distribution between the subjects, however, all questions asked from the mentioned sections in Jharkhand Judiciary 2024 prelims are of 1 mark each. 

Points to Note:

  • General English and General Knowledge (include current affairs) basis past year paper analysis will constitute approximately 20 marks of your paper
  • Start your prelims and mains preparation together.
  • Highlight the important section in your bare act.
  • Start with making notes.
  • Understand the syllabus of the examination while preparing.
  • Analyze the previous year papers to understand the pattern and plan accordingly.
  • Study one minor subject along with one major subject. 

Read Also: How To Prepare GK For Judiciary Exams 2024 - Proven Tips & Tricks

  1.  Civil Procedure Code with Limitation Act 
  2.  Indian Contract Act with Specific Relief Act. 
  3. Indian Evidence Act with Negotiable Instruments Act. 

Books and sources:

It is really important for you to take reference from trusted sources, referring to wrong sources can mislead you and will eventually affect your performance in the exam. Given below are few books for your reference:

  • For Law - Bare acts (diglot edition), previous year question paper book solved by Singhal publications.
  • For GK – lucent, Know Your State MP by Arihant publications monthly.
  • For Computer & English – PYQs for both, lucent. 
  • For language an aspirant can refer to Arihant publications, Hindi language by Delight law publishers
  • websites: www.toprankers.com, www.legalservicessociety.com, www.ipleaders.com

How to make notes for Jharkhand Judiciary 2024 prelims? 

Following tips can be very useful for you while making notes:

  • Make notes initially from the bare act.
  • Make short notes but with all the relevant information.
  • include illustrations and examples for your understanding.
  • write relevant case laws and landmark judgements as well.
  • use tables, charts and points for making notes.
  • Draw interrelation between sections for better clarity, make sure you include that in your notes.

Jharkhand Judiciary Mock Tests

Jharkhand Judiciary Mock Tests

How to prepare for Jharkhand Judiciary Mains 2024?

As mentioned above Jharkhand Judiciary Mains 2024 Preparation should begin with prelims itself. If you wait to clear prelims and post that you start studying for mains, it is going to be difficult for you to manage. Between Mains and Prelims exam you will get approximately 30-45 days unless the dates for mains are postponed.

Here are top tips to start your preparation:

  • Get into the details of all the subjects.
  • Ideally an aspirant must start mains exam preparation along with their preliminary exam preparations. 
  • It is very important to keep a good command over major law subjects. 
  • Minor subjects and local laws must also be studied simultaneously. 
  • When mains exam approaches keep time to revise your subjects.
  • Understand the concepts of all the sections and learn case laws with facts and judgements.
  • Practice answer writing.
  • Solve last 10 years mains papers.  
  • Your answer must have a head (introduction), a body (section essentials, exceptions, explanations, illustrations, case laws) and tail (conclusion). 
  • Write your answers to the point, answer only what is asked in the question. 
  • Don’t write more than required just because you have knowledge of any specific topic. 
  • you notes and bare act are your bible, do not miss revising using them.
  • Keep a track of your progress by regularly taking mock tests.
  • Get your answers check by your faculties and mentors.

Must Read: Detailed Jharkhand Judiciary Mains Exam Preparation 2024

Paper I = Law I, 100 marks, 3 hours 

  • Procedural Law (The Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 and The Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973) 
  • The Indian Penal Code, 1860 
  • The Limitation Act, 1963 
  • The Indian Evidence Act, 1872 

Paper II = Law II, 100 marks, 3 hours 

  • Indian Contract Act, 1872 
  • Sales of Goods Act, 1930 
  • The Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 
  • The Transfer of Property Act, 1882 
  • The Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 

Paper III = Law III, 100 marks, 3 hours 

  • The Hindu Law and The Mohammedan Law 
  • The Specific Relief Act, 1963 
  • Jurisprudence 
  • Rent Control Law 

Paper IV = Language, 100 marks, 3 hours 

  • Hindi Essay 
  • English Essay 
  • Precise Writing 
  • Translation 
  • Paraphrasing 

How to make notes for Jharkhand Judiciary 2024 Mains? 

Your notes that you have made during your preparation of Jharkhand Judiciary 2024 prelims will help you a lot in your preparation. However, if you feel that your notes are not sufficient for your mains preparation, note the following points for your note making:

  • Add case laws to your notes for all important sections.
  • There can be important amendments as well that you must ensure to cover.
  • Highlight the important areas in your bare act and notes and keep revising.
  • Make notes for translation as well, improve your vocabulary by writing Hindi and English words for improving your translation.
  • Making notes in pointers will help you in focusing on the key areas of every section.

Books and sources for Mains 

As specified multiple times above, majorly rely on your notes and bare act, however practising and detailed knowledge is important, for that, you can refer to the books below:

  • PYQs question bank by Manmohan Joshi.
  • For judgement writing refer- An Insight into Judgement Writing by Robinjeet Singh , Arjinder Kaur.

How to prepare for Jharkhand Judiciary Prelims and Mains 2024 together:

To have a comprehensive preparation for Jharkhand Judiciary 2024, it is important to prepare for Prelims and Mains together. Start with analysing previous year papers and understanding what kind of questions are asked in Jharkhand Judiciary examination 2024.

Points to note:

  • Start early with proper strategy and outline: After understanding the syllabus and pattern, start with making an outline. Write down the core subjects and start with one at a time. For example, If you pick IPC, highlight the important sections in you Bare Act and start with making short and crisp notes. In the first month you can start with, The Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 and followed by an easy major subject like The Indian Penal Code, 1860.
  • Keep Bare Acts as your first point of reference: Bare Acts give you the correct knowledge of the law and concepts. Read the index of all the Bare Acts and mark the important sections after referring to the previous year's papers and frequently asked questions.
  • Make a plan for your preparation and stick to it: Making a plan means, having a daily schedule with daily, weekly, and monthly goals. Make achievable targets for yourself, like for a day you can complete directive principles of state policy from the Constitution of India, by making notes from the bare act and including all the important judgments and amendments in it.
  • Attempt a lot of mock tests to track your preparation: When you start with your preparation you must focus on solving 1-2 mocks weekly, however in the last 3-4 months of your preparation, you must solve at least 1 mock everyday and 300-400 questions for prelims everyday in the last 40-45 days of your preparation.
  • Clear your doubts as soon as possible: No doubt is a silly doubt. Do not shy away from asking questions. The more you ask the better clarity you get on the subject.
  • Prepare for Prelims and Mains together: When you have cleared prelims, there will be 30-45 days only for you to prepare for mains, therefore when you are preparing for prelims. Make your notes by keeping in mind your mains revision. While memorising the sections and cases, make sure you understand the concepts too, because the mains examination will test your concepts, more than anything else.
  • Make your own notes for better understanding and memorisationDo not rely entirely on the online resources and reference books for your preparation. This can be a very big mistake. Make your own notes, highlight them according to your understanding, and revise using them.

At the very beginning of your preparation, the more you work on your concepts the better chances you have in scoring better in Prelims and Mains.

Prepare for case laws and important amendments simultaneously. Your notes should include these 5 things for every section/article you study:

  • Section number.
  • Explanation to understand the section, while focusing on important areas.
  • Illustration or example, if any
  • Important case laws
  • Important amendments, if any

For Jharkhand Judiciary examination 2024, all your notes must follow this structure in order to have all the relevant information for your preparation.

However, while making notes keep in mind to make your notes short and crisp, but ensure that you do not leave crucial information behind. Short notes are a very important key for your revision during the final few days of your preparation.

How to prepare for Jharkhand Judiciary Interview 2024? 

Interview is the final and the most important stage of the entire Jharkhand Judiciary 2024 cycle. Therefore scoring maximum marks should be the target of every judiciary aspirant. Having subject knowledge is crucial as they want to test your knowledge. Here is what the interviewer will test while taking your interview:

  • your communication skills.
  • Your confidence.
  • Your presentation skills.
  • Your knowledge of law.
  • How aware you are of your surrounding
  • Your knowledge of State G.K. and Legal Updates.
  • Your answering skills.
  • Your character and your background

How you should present yourself in the interview?

  • Be calm, listen to the question first and then answer.
  • Do not lie about knowing an answer, the interviewer will know that you are lying. Tell them that you do not know the answer. Honesty is the key
  • Keep yourself composed and be very respectful while you talk.
  • Do not rush to answer a question.
  • Chose the language you are comfortable in, Hindi or English. If you do not feel confident in a language then do not answer using that.Sit erect and give proper respect.
  • Ask very calmly if you are unable to understand  question.
  • Be truthful about your personal life.

Here are few tips to focus on to prepare for Interview (apart from the subject knowledge):

  • Enter the interview room after taking due permission.
  • Sit when you are asked to sit.
  • Make yourself comfortable, breathe properly before to begin to speak.
  • Listen to the questions and answer them politely.
  • Do not shake you leg or move your hands unnecessarily.
  • Sit erect, do not slouch.
  • Do not fold you hands or keep them behind. Gently place your hand on your thighs and you can move your hands only wen needed.
  • Dress properly and comfortably.

How to dress for  an Interview?

Dressing aptly is crucial therefore follow the following tips to chose the right dress for yourself:

Men: Wear a solid suit (optional), light coloured shirt and dark coloured (dark blue, dark green, black, dark grey, etc.) pant. You can pair it with a simple tie that goes well with the shirt and suit.

Women: A plain saree (cotton, plain, non printed). or a simple salwar suit. Blouse/Kurta neckline must be appropriate try not wearing fancy/heavy/glittery/shine/silk sarees or suits.

Previous year question paper analysis for Jharkhand Judiciary 2024 preparation

After going through all the PYPs, here are some important key takeaways:

  • Study general knowledge along with Law. 
  • Read Jharkhand Gk topic wise
  • General knowledge is the deciding factor in qualifying preliminary exam, therefore don’t take it lightly. 
  • Study Minor subjects and local laws together for preliminary exams.
  • For translation don’t buy any expensive language books, just try to read from bilingual Bare Acts. 
  • All the subjects have pretty much the same weightage over the years therefore you cannot leave anything aside.

Conclusion:

The dates for the examination can be announced anytime soon, as the vacancies have already been announced. Therefore start your preparation ASAP.

Here is a small round-up of the blog for your reference.

  • Start early by keeping all the important acts and sections in mind.
  • make your own notes and revise using them.
  • prepare for prelims and mains together.
  • practice as much as you can and always keep a track of your progress.
  • reach out to your faculties and mentors whenever you are stuck somewhere.

ALL THE BEST!

PREPARE FOR JHARKHAND JUDICIARY NOW

Download Judiciary Study Material

Fill your details

Frequently Asked Questions

Can a student apply for a law course after completing the 12th examination from any stream?

What is the upper and lower limit of age when it comes to Jharkhand Judiciary Examinations?

Is coaching necessary for Jharkhand Judiciary Service Examination?

Which is the more superior position – Judge or IAS?

Which newspaper is best for Jharkhand Judiciary Service Examination?

What are the books that you can study for Jharkhand Judiciary Service Examination?

What is the application fee for the Jharkhand Judiciary Service Examination?

What type of questions are asked in Jharkhand Judiciary Exam?

How many stages are included in the selection process for Jharkhand Judicial Services Exam?

Is there are cut off marks for Jharkhand Judiciary Civil Judge Exam?

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